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Jan 24, 2010 10:00am EST
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Jan 10, 2010 10:00am EST
morning america. >> one of the right things he did was treat this as a war on terror. we had no domestic attacks under bush. we've had one under obama. >> there was the matter of 9/11. now, the mayor, former mayor apologized for that misstatement. and stephanopoulos blogged his apology saying i should have pressed him on the misstatement. it was my mistake. that's one everyone jumped on. >> i think the media is largely self-correcting, but i like the idea of having maybe a producer go through and go through the transcript and make sure everything was on the up and up and posting something if it wasn't. but i have to say some fact checks are not checking facts. number one example was the associate the press did a fact check of sarah palin's book and one of the things was in the book she writes i'm driven by principle rather than ambition. they say she's wrong because writing the book proves she's ambitious. >> when rudy made that misstatement, and it's not just 9/11, there was the shoebomber and anthrax attacks, msnbc was all over it. on friday when i watched some of the fox opinion shows
Jan 17, 2010 10:00am EST
talking about how america needs to step up to the plate. does that further the perception that the magazine is somehow in bed with the white house, or is it different because we're dealing with an almost unimaginable tragedy. >> for years when i picked up "newsweek," it seemed like the articleless were written by obama in the first place. i'm glad they're eliminating the middle man. >> john meecham said "newsweek" published bush 41. >> this is what happens when you give the president the honor -- or the president gives you the honor of writing for your publication. we're such a politicized era, i can remember the eisenhower era and jfk and lbj, i don't think it would have been quite as politicized as today because we're so polarized now f. you see obama's name you're supposed to react in some kind of a reflexive way. >> of course, george w. bush and bill clinton has a piece in "the new york times" and have been given interviews about their efforts to fundraise for this tragedy. what about the role of the social media? facebook, twitter. are we seeing almost a grassroots mo
Jan 31, 2010 10:00am EST
that ever mattered in showbiz to me. >> america has taken sides. and a lot of people are not on your side. >> yeah, i understand that. >> and they're not on your side because they think you have been selfish in this. >> it all comings down to numbers in showbiz. if you're getting the ratings. think of this -- this is almost the perfect storm of bad things happening. >> do you feel you're being unfairly portrayed by the media? >> yeah, i think so. i think some i think you have to look for a bad guy. >> does it help jay leno to go on oprah and pour his heart out? >> isn't that what what everybody does. we flog them and allow them to redeem himselves. >> he didn't cry. >> darn it, right. ratings probably would have been higher. my point here is -- there are two points. one, i think oprah is the place to go. did you notice, he didn't go to oprah. oprah came to him. so i think that it's sort of -- there was something in that that he was saying, oh, yeah, you can come to me and we'll talk this through. the other part of it was, i agree with you. i think, yes, he did have a lot to say. he was ve
Jan 3, 2010 10:00am EST
show of 2010, jane hall professor of media and politics at america university and terry smith former correspondent for the news hour on pbs. the networks say they don't pay for interviews. when you buy something and happen to get the first sitdown, what is that? >> it's obviously more than a coincidence. it's nothing new. this is checkbook journalism. it has gone on for a long time. i would argue in this case cnn and others didn't get their money's worth. the pictures weren't very good. the interview wasn't very illuminating. it didn't add much. >> it was exclusive. >> exclusive. isn't that wonderful. i wish they had taken the $10,000 and spent it another way. >> cnn says there was no implicit or explicit quid pro quo. they say it was not more than $10,000. the network says it purchases news and photos on breaking news situations. they wind up with the first interview. >> you can't help but feel it diminishes the get. when you say cnn exclusive and don't disclose, as i don't think cnn did, that the man they're interviewing is also the man from whom they bought the picture, then you h
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